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The House in Berlin

£4.99

Product description

When Charlotte visits her German mother's relations in West Berlin she immediately senses that something other than long-standing family bitterness is at the root of their refusal to assist their cousin Carl to escape from the East.
Carl begs Charlotte to help him. Fear for his safety makes her try to persuade him to re-make his life in the East.
How she changes his mind, and is finally caught up in a living nightmare of of suspense and horror, is told against the contrasting backgrounds of the sparkling brilliance of the prosperous West and the sad desolation of the East.
It is a story of love and compassion, of bitter acrimony, and the tragedy of ambitious greed.

This is an ex-library copy (London borough of Sutton) and has the usual stamps.

First published in 1970.

Item details

Author(s):
Enid Gwynne
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Hurst & Blackett

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About this item

When Charlotte visits her German mother's relations in West Berlin she immediately senses that something other than long-standing family bitterness is at the root of their refusal to assist their cousin Carl to escape from the East.
Carl begs Charlotte to help him. Fear for his safety makes her try to persuade him to re-make his life in the East.
How she changes his mind, and is finally caught up in a living nightmare of of suspense and horror, is told against the contrasting backgrounds of the sparkling brilliance of the prosperous West and the sad desolation of the East.
It is a story of love and compassion, of bitter acrimony, and the tragedy of ambitious greed.

This is an ex-library copy (London borough of Sutton) and has the usual stamps.

First published in 1970.

Author(s):
Enid Gwynne
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
184
Publisher:
Hurst & Blackett

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